Raisin tree

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(Bot.) the common red currant bush, whose fruit resembles the small raisins of Corinth called currants.
- Dr. Prior.

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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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1) were captured colonizing plants of soybean, oriental raisin tree, Hovenia dulcis Thunb.
Described by the company as a functional beverage created to prevent hangovers, its active ingredient, Hovenia Dulcis (Japanese raisin tree extract), and other vitamins and minerals metabolize alcohol and help aid the body in recovering from the effects of alcohol consumption.
The ingredient BluCetin-DHM, which is derived from Hovenia dulcis (oriental raisin tree), can be used as a hangover remedy as a result of the discovery of dihydromyricetin (DHM), a unique natural molecule that targets the GABAA receptor in the brain and has been seen to reduce the negative effects of drinking in excess.
And in the park's International Fruit Orchard, you'll find ripe Australian finger limes, raisin tree fruit, and Surinam cherries.
When you eat from the raisin tree, you bypass the dark, dry, pea-sized fruit itself to nibble instead on the fruit stalks.
The product features the active ingredient dihydromyricetin (DHM), which is extracted from the oriental raisin tree.